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    • That's a mantis shrimp
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    • Yes we all saw the Zefrank video.
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    • Jesus Christ it doesn't get to 400 million Kelvin. That's hotter than the core of the hottest stars. If it did get that hot even for a split second it would probably kill anyone within a couple hundred miles
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    • It’s not hotter than the sun that’s a lie, tumblr is so stupid
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    • “Over 400 million degrees Kelvin” would almost instantly evaporate the water around it. That is complete bullshit. Petition to publicly execute Tumblrtards who say something just to look cool.
      Quarrel 8 jan
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    • No this is a bullet shrimp, that is a mantis shrimp
      Egrabher 8 jan
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    • Sorry, but no, the water doesn’t heat up hotter than the surface of the sun. Not even for a second.
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    • "400 million Kelvin" what the fuck are these people on
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    • yeah so the sun is about 5,800° K. the snap is actually around 5,000° K, not 400 trillion. this is a crustacean, not a hadron collider. also, it’s 4 cm from the claw not 10. it’s also has 12 photoreceptors, not 16.
      S2KLAY 8 jan
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    • I fucking hate when Tumblr tries to explain something, it's so cancerous. NO, bUt yOU dOn'T eVeN UnDeRsTanD
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    • It's a mantis shrimp and no, the inside of the bubble gets nowhere near 400 million degrees Kelvin... that is ridiculous
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    • 400 million degrees Kelvin lolok
      Snoobers 8 jan
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    • Hotter than the surface of the sun? I'm going to need a fact check on that one, chief
      MacBones 8 jan
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    • “400 million degrees Kelvin” smh uneducated people believe this kinda stuff
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    • 400 million kelvin is like 4 times hotter than a nuclear detonation
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    • IM COYOTE PETERSON AND IM ABOUT TO ENTER THE PUNCH ZONE WITH THE BULLET SHRIMP....1....2....3 GAAHHH *coyote you ok?*
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    • The sun is like 10,000° Fahrenheit. 400 million Kelvin is 719999540° which would probably melt our entire Galaxy. Fuckin tumblr
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    • It doesnt break any laws of physics these people are retarded, and no the cavitation bubble doesnt get hotter than the surface of the sun. 400 million kelvin? Are you fucking kidding? The sun is like 6000 kelvin
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    • If it generated 4M kelvin it would fry itself to a charred crisp every time it hits something. Steel melts at around .0012M Kelvin, for reference. Everyday stove’s maximum setting is typically a quarter that as well for further reference.
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    • The temperature part sounds like bullshit so I looked it up... it's true. Holy shit, that's scary
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    • Suddenly everyone on tumblr has a doctorate in marine biology
      Josh9494 8 jan
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    • If the head of a pin was the same temperature of the sun everything in a 100 mile radius would die. Last sentence is bullshit
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    • That is in fact a peacock mantis shrimp not Bullet shrimp I hate when people fucking mix around their facts. I didn’t get a degree in marine biology to see this shit and not want to correct them
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    • This post is about the qualities of 3 different shrimp, and the punch is about 8600 degrees F, not 400 million Kelvin
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    • 400 kelvin? Bullshit
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    • Did you just say degrees Kelvin
      Billothy 13 jan
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    • I don’t care what you say that shrimp can not create a hot bubble 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit that’s the temperature of the suns surface
      unc0ver 8 jan
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    • 400 million degrees Kelvin. Ok buddy
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    • 400 million Kelvin is 719,999,540 farenheit. I'm calling bullshit on that
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    • It’s a mantis shrimp. I have one. It can crack the glass on my tank and cracks the shells if my aquatic hermit crabs. It doesn’t only crack them it turns them to dust. Some nights I can just hear what sounds like an underwater mini gunshot. And I know my home is safe do to my mantis shrimp.
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    • I'mma call bs on the temperature crap.
      TheFBl 8 jan
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    • I’m telling you right now that it is physically impossible for the inside of that bubble to be 400 MILLION KELVINS
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    • I highly fucking doubt that the bubble can get 400 million fucking degrees K° hot
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    • I don't believe the 400 million degrees Kelvin part
      TubaMatt 11 jan
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    • There’s no such thing as a bullet shrimp. All the facts are true, but the picture and the color facts are the Mantis Shrimp, and all the bubble facts are true of the Snapping shrimp, which is basically Thanos Shrimp
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    • 400 million kelvin BULLSHIT
      45Colt 9 jan
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    • the pistol shrimp makes the bubble and the MANTIS shrimp is the one in the picture that can break aquarium walls that whole post was so wrong
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    • You're mixing information of a mantis shrimp and a pistol shrimp. Two different species, two different defense mechanisms.
      goten18 8 jan
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    • No, it doesn’t break water physics and it doesn’t reach that temperature inside the air pocket. Liberal Tumblr pseudo scientists at it again.
      Binky 8 jan
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    • 5,000 degrees Kelvin. Not 400 fucking million
      gibitty 8 jan
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    • This is over exaggerating what happens, it closes a claw quick enough to cause a shock wave, when water moves it drops in pressure, lower pressure lower boiling point, it boils at its current temp due to low pressure. It does not get hotter than the fucking sun. The shock wave incapacitates its prey
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    • 400 million degrees Kelvin, I think tf not lmao, the surface of the sun is 5,500 degrees kelvin
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    • It’s not 400 million Kelvin it’s 5,000 Kelvin lmao I love when people just make shit up
      Limelon 8 jan
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    • I'm calling bullshit on the heat within the bubble part
      yzzid 8 jan
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    • That’s actually a bullet shrimp and it gets up to 5000K or 8540 degrees Fahrenheit, roughly as hot as the suns surface but not hotter.
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    • Hello! I’m a Ph.D MarS. There is no such thing as a bullet shrimp. I think he meant “pistol” shrimp. Mantis and pistol shrimp share some similarities and are both marine badasses. And 400 million K? Just no. More like 5000 to 10000 degrees F. People say shit like they forgot the internet exists.
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    • Lmao "400 million Kelvin" ok retard
      Asdqwer 8 jan
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    • The bullet shrimp punches really hard , a little over 150 feet per second. It creates no bubble though. The pistol shrimp does. And that bubble is only 4,000 Celsius.
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    • If it really made temperatures hotter than the sun the water would make a steam explosion and kill the shrimp
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    • There is absolutely no chance that it’s 400 million degrees kelvin
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    • I don’t think that bubble reaches 720 million degrees Fahrenheit... seems a little over the top there
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    • Over 400 million degrees hotter than the sun my ass
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    • 400 million Kelvin is not possible on this planet
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    • The Kelvin thing is a complete fucking lie
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    • A quick Google search shows that it's only 5000 Kelvin, while the surface of the sun is at 5800 Kelvin. Seriously 400 mil Kelvin is enough to fuse heavy elements. Tumblr people are wack.
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    • 400 million degrees Kelvin is roughly 27 times hotter than the center of the fucking sun. Fake and gay
      Porbhub 13 jan
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    • I want to say all that's false, but I have no knowledge to back it up
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    • Okay that’s cool and all but the 400M degrees kelvin this is bullshit
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    • Only thing i don't believe is the sun one
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    • Did u know u literally cant imagine a color that youve never seen before
      woahhh 11 jan
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    • The mantis shrimp does the punching but the bullet shrimp is the one that can boil the water, two different shrimps
      Konarv 10 jan
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    • Mantis shrimp is this thing. Bullet shrimp is... well, different...
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    • The bubble is not boiling its actually just a vacuum created under water which is almost cooler but the collapsing bubble has enough energy to actually make a flash of light and some heat but not 400 million Kelvin
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    • 400 million kelvin? that’s some grade A bullshit
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    • 400 million kelvin, that would boil the rest of the ocean with it, fukin tumblr
      Chester 9 jan
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    • They're confusing the Mantis Shrimp with the Pistol Shrimp. The Mantis Shrimp doesn't create a super-heated bubble. The Pistol Shrimp does. The Pistol Shrimp has a massive claw that it can close at about 4,000 kilometers/second. It rips water apart causing a superheated bubble. It's 5,000 Kelvin
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    • Just a heads up, 400 million sounds cool, but the real temperature is just over 5,000 degrees Kelvin. That’s still almost as hot as the surface of the sun which is estimated to be around 5,800 degrees kelvin
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    • I have a hard time believing the 400 million degrees kelvin part
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    • 400 million kelvin? Fucking stop 🙄
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    • I would like to note that the inside of the bubble is only 5000 Kelvin. Still very impressive though. Millions of Kelvin is literally impossible
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    • They mixed up like 3 different shrimp and over exaggerated the temperatures.
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    • This is a mantis shrimp. They are correct about it seeing more colours and breaking aquariums, however it does it by “punching” not by collapsing bubbles to the point it reaches the temperature of the sun. That would be the pistol shrimp.
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    • i don’t believe the “hotter than the surface of the sun” thing. if it were, any thing or anyone remotely close to that would be dead instantly, including the mantis shrimp. it does heat up the water quite a bit, but not that much
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    • When she said "demon-spawn" she missed a perfect opportunity to say "demon-prawn".
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    • When I see these tumblr posts I just think of "hubbabuab pffftllpsssblrrrrg" "jaububababagaaah" "jakriubbabuhgah guh goo gAGAHHA" "PLLLLLLTTTTTT BUGGGGAAA AHUGGA"
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    • That's a Mantis Shrimp. The water doesn't fucking boil, and Tumblr is nothing but a bunch of fat cows and retards who overreact.
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    • Yes following the laws of thermodynamics definitely breaks water physics
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    • This triggers me, they're talking about a "Pistol shrimp" but are using pictures of a Mantis Shrimp. Both equally cool
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    • It's called a mantis shrimp, the particular "water physics" is called "cavitation", but everything else is true. The mantis shrimp can strike with it's front legs so hard that it can break a human finger.
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    • Mantis shrimp actually. Water doesn't boil, it's a vacuum. It can displace water as about as fast as a .22lr (.22 caliber long rifle, it's a tiny little bullet). That bubble doesn't expand energy either. The bubble is empty space that water promptly returns to. Bitch lives in a colorful world though
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    • The 400 million kelvin part sounds like complete and utter horseshit
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    • Yeah it has 16 cones but those make basically no difference in vision for the shrimp than from people. You can see basically the same colors it can unless you’re colorblind. You only need 3 cones to be able to see the whole spectrum
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    • I’m sure at least half of that is wrong or over-exaggerated, but it’s still cool.
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    • The last part is not true at all, the shimp flicks his front leg like a spring and it creates a shockwave that only knocks out small sea creatures, it sometimes turns to a bubble but the affect is the same. This shrimp can see light fragments before they reflect off of a surface too. Upvote please!
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    • They are getting confused with a pistol shrimp and the snap of the claw gets to be 8000 degrees Fahrenheit, not 400 million Kelvin, because 400 million degrees Kelvin is just about the dumbest thing ever
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    • LMAO 400 million kelvin 🤣 the sun is 5773 Kelvin. I remember the bubble attack being 4273 kelvin. But 400 million was so funny cuz that much heat would kill everything on earth most likely
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    • Its 4000 degrees Celsius tumblr users are autistic
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    • Actually, thats a myth. They can't see thousands of color, they have more color stems in they're rentnas than we do so they can see true yellow i guess, but at a cost of having them mushed together
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    • The inside of the bubble is not 400 million degrees it’s only a few thousand. Still insanely hot
      BandCam 8 jan
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    • Correction, it's not 400 million degrees Kelvin, if it was it would everything within 100+ miles not 10 cm
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    • It also has copper based blood unlike our iron based so it’s blood carries oxygen more efficiently than ours too
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    • If that thing created temperatures of over 400 million Kelvin it would fuse the water molecules together and create a bloody nuclear fusion explosion😒
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    • Lots of misinformation in this.
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    • If the shrimp was human size apparently it could throw a baseball into orbit. I'd say like so others can see, but O ain't no ho
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    • Just googled it. The bubble can reach 4700 c. The surface of the sun is 5500c
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    • I know theses shrimp exist but I’m having a hard time believing 400 million degress
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    • It's the matis shrimp not the bullet shrimp you fucking apes
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    • All is correct except for the temperature of the bubble, which is actually around 5000K while the surface of the sun is about 5800K. 400 million K is more than 20x the temperature of the suns core.
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    • I’m not sure I believe that the shrimp can make a bubble that’s hotter than the sun
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    • Fuck yes i love this animal but nobody knows what im saying if i mention it
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